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Catherina Cunnane
Catherina Cunnane
Catherina Cunnane hails from a sixth-generation drystock and specialised pedigree suckler enterprise in Co. Mayo. She currently holds the positions of editor and general manager at That's Farming, having joined the firm during its start-up phase in 2015.
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Tullamore Show: Entry numbers ‘on par’ with record-breaking 2022

In this article, a spokesperson for Tullamore Show, reports that entry numbers for this year’s event are on par with its record-breaking 2022.

Entries have flooded in from around the country, in all sections.

With overall numbers comparable to 2022, the introduction of the new sheep breeds Lanark and Swaledale, sheep numbers have increased beyond all records with over 920 entries, as have the commercial cattle section for 2023.

We look forward to a super show on Sunday, August 13th, 2023, at Butterfield Estate, Blueball.

Exhibitors and spectators are hungry to return to shows and it is evident with the bulging entries in most sections and huge number of spectators attending shows held so far this show season.

The crème de le crème livestock from the commercial, pedigree, dairy, and sheep categories converge at the Tullamore Show and FBD National Livestock Show, competing for prestigious accolades such as rosettes and gold and silver medals.

This sought-after recognition immediately enhances the worth of their livestock, and the upcoming year of 2023 promises nothing less.


The Inaugural Sustainable Livestock Village will provide a platform for farmers to learn more about practices that can boost the sustainable performance of their farms, and on the day, there will be a presentation of sustainable farmer awards.

Tullamore Show is the perfect family day out with something of interest for everyone. whether it is the spectators looking in awe at those amazing livestock or the wonderful cakes and breads, stunning patchwork quilts, paintings or viewing the alpacas, Highland cattle or the beautiful Valais Blacknose sheep.

Watching the sheep being shorn and listening to a talk on mental health, viewing the hundreds of trade stands and seeing all the new gadgets whether for your home, farm, or business and a visit to the equine section will not disappoint.

Then take a break, listen to the various musicians, and dance to Offaly’s own Olivia Douglas. There will be food galore available in the food villages and youngsters can be entertained in the amusement area.

Entries will be accepted on the day for the following sections:

  • Cookery;
  • Crafts;
  • Horticulture;
  • Art and photography;
  • Equine section.
  • Dog section.


ickets are on sale now online for €20 or on the day for €25.

Why not skip the Q and scan it through? Tullamore Show is a great family day out with free entry for children under 12.

Check out our social media accounts for updates and key features of the Tullamore Show & FBD National Livestock Show.

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